I'll Just Have Water
By Harrison Wendland
Want to go out to eat with me?
I’m serious; I’m inviting you to join me.
Let’s jump over to an Italian restaurant. They have some great lasagna and ravioli and also a great chicken parmesan that you could try.
Now fast forward with me.
We just sat down at the table and the waiter offers me a drink.
“I’ll take just water,” I say.
Oh no, it’s not just water. It’s water. And water is probably the most under appreciated thing in the entire world.
Think about it:
Water is around us.
Water is within us.
Water is beneath us.
Water is above us.
Water is everywhere.
And at restaurants, we order “just water”?
It is not going to work going forward. We need to really consider what water can do.
Water can destroy and water can create.
What other resource can do that?
We can use water to create ourselves, create plants, and create snowmen.
Think about it. Truly.
What’s in water?
It must be something amazing!
You literally wouldn’t have to drink anything else, and it would be enough. That’s what animals do, right? Water and breast milk?
Plants don’t need fertilizer to grow. They just need water and sunlight—and some don’t even need that.
There’s the saying that goes something like, “what you put in is what you get out.”
Tap water is a terrible thing to drink. You can take a look at your location here. Then consider getting a water filtration system to have better water to drink.
Think about the cleansing factors of natural water—rainwater or freshwater… or even saltwater. There’s a purpose for each of those types of water. Beyond that, water flows. Water flows from the oceans into rivers and lakes. Water flows from mountain tops to rivers and ravines. Water flows from rain to the ground to the soil.
Water flows—just like energy.
Water cleanses—just like energy.
There are those people who can walk into a room and light the whole room up with their smiles and energy. Water does the same thing.
I’ve not yet been to a place where I was exposed to a freshwater spring, but I look forward to that time. There are people who have been able to dig wells in their backyards and experience water in the most natural way—straight from the earth.
This week take a moment to look at what you’re drinking.
Head over to https://www.ewg.org/tapwater/ to see what’s in your water and express gratitude for the abundance of water that we are blessed with on earth.
“Water is the driving force of all nature.” — Leonardo da Vinci
“We never know the worth of water till the well is dry.” — Thomas Fuller
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